2015 Surveillance Strategy Innovation Projects
Each year, the Office of Public Health Scientific Services (OPHSS) dedicates a small amount of funding and solicits project submissions from CDC programs for innovative projects that address one or more challenges faced by programs across the agency. The awards process begins with a call for project proposals, once proposals are reviewed, we announce the awarded projects, all project ideas, and then share awarded project results.
- CDC Surveillance Strategy Innovation Projects – Call for Proposals
CHIIC issues a call for proposals from CDC programs in support of the CDC Surveillance Strategy.
- CDC Surveillance Strategy Innovation Project – Awards Announced
In 2015, we awarded five diverse projects that describes a specific surveillance challenge or question and proposes a small, short method to build, test or experiment to create validated learning toward helping the immediate challenge as well as connecting to other activities across CDC.
- CDC Surveillance Strategy Innovation Project – Project Portfolio
The project portfolio includes information on awarded projects, project ideas, and results from awarded projects
Once project results are available, programs will share lessons learned in cooperation with the CHIIC. CHIIC will assist with the development and dissemination of project results in the form of a summary post on the CHIIC Project Portfolio page, and/or presentation at a CHIIC quarterly forum.
2015 Awarded Projects
- Proof of Concept and Technology for Hosting Bio-Surveillance Systems in the Amazon Infrastructure Cloud (NCHHSTP)
- Create and Pilot a FHIR Vocabulary Server (NCEZID)
- U.S. - Mexico Border Early Warning Disease Surveillance for Dengue and Chikungunya (NCEZID)
- Exploring Practice-Level Analytic Solutions for Smaller Health Care Practices that Support Population-Level Analytics (NCCDPHP)
- Page last reviewed: January 11, 2016
- Page last updated: January 11, 2016
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